Clint’s eight + years experience assisting patients in early stage recovery affords him the privilege of witnessing positive long-term outcomes, both in patients and in his personal relationships. This passion for supporting positive change through recovery enables him to encourage and inspire patients and co-workers alike at Acqua Recovery.
Mark Pepper, CMHC
Mark has over 20 years of experience in substance abuse, and other mental health treatment issues. A strong and important tenet of his approach is the relationship between client and therapist. He strives to be authentic, genuine and present– and encourages and empowers the client to do the same. Both aspire to be self-aware, honest and real. This makes for a powerful therapeutic relationship where tremendous change can take place. . Mark Pepper received his Masters in Professional Counseling from University of Phoenix.
Jamie Facholas, CMHC, MBA
Jamie was born and raised in Utah, she grew up in the Salt Lake Valley and graduated from Argosy University with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She has a BA in Psychology from Columbia College. In her down time, she enjoys, hiking, running especially in relays, riding her bike and hanging out with her husband, family, friends, and her dog Chewie. For the past five years she has worked with substance abuse addiction, various mental health disorders and trauma. She prides herself in her continual learning in substance abuse addiction, mental health disorders and is an expert in trauma therapy. She prides herself in the mental health work she has done within the community, substance abuse programs and trauma work. The therapeutic alliance is important to her for creating a safe environment where clients feel safe enough to share their feelings for their personal growth. She is proud to be a part of the Acqua Recovery team.
Reynie Sandoval, LCSW
Reynie has over seventeen years of experience in providing therapeutic services in Utah communities. He earned a B.S. in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from Brigham Young University. Reynie was a member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology and was offered a Director position before completing his final clinical hours as a graduate student intern.
Reynie’s interpersonal and clinical skills allow him to connect with people from diverse walks of life and assist them in living lives of fulfillment and well-being. Reynie is trained in and practices Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and is well-versed in other modalities and interventions such as REBT and Motivational Interviewing. He specializes in working with individuals suffering from substance and behavioral addictions, anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief/loss, couple’s issues, adjustment disorders, and family issues.
Reynie resides in Provo, Utah with his wife and two children. He currently enjoys spending time with his amazing family, playing and recording music, sports, and engaging in his fulfilling career.
Jill Bartschi, CASUDC
Jess Wyly, ASUDC
Crishelle Stegelmeier, TRS, CTRS
Dr. Terry Sellers
Medical Director & Addictionologist
Terry Sellers is originally from Clearwater, Florida and has lived in Utah for 21 years. He received his BS and MS from BYU and his MD from St. Louis University School of Medicine.
After his own struggles with addiction, Dr. Sellers has been clean from opiates for 14 years and is now Board-Certified in Addiction Medicine. He loves helping people achieve their true potential and his favorite quote is “A ship in harbor is safe, but that’s not why ships are built” by John A. Shedd.
Those who know Doc know he is a huge sports fan, music buff, and golf fanatic…His teams include the Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Orioles, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Celtics, and Detroit Red Wings. He’s also been to the Master’s Golf Tournament 3 times and owns 115 golf shirts.
Morgan Woolstenhulme, NCRC1
Director of Marketing
Dan Parrish is the Director of Marketing at Acqua Recovery. He joined the team in 2018 and has made a long-term commitment to help those struggling with addiction and its underlying mental health and behavioral causes and triggers. His mission as the Director of Marketing is to ensure every individual receives the treatment and education necessary to recover and to find the resources that best suit their needs. With over 10 years of sobriety, Dan brings true empathy to those in distress and believes the path to recovery starts with each individual finding their true self. “Addiction is a disease we can only successfully treat by meeting it with compassion and honesty. If we do not find the reason why the cycle of self-medication started, how can we find the road to sobriety?” Dan is passionate about working with families and their loved ones to find the path to recovery.
Darla Zug, NCRC1
Director of Admissions
Matt was born and raised in North Stonington, Connecticut. He has always been a close-knit family guy. When he is not working you can find him outside, playing sports, being a prankster and enjoying a great laugh. His favorite hobbies are playing golf, photography and travel.
Matt had his own struggles with addiction and is very proud to share his story of recovery and his passion for the mission of Acqua. He found his way to Acqua in search of treatment – he was actually our second patient!! He was very excited to join our team on his 1 year sobriety anniversary. He likes to say that he helped open the center (as a patient) and we have never been able to get rid of him! [Editor’s note: we hope we keep him forever.]
He began at Acqua by helping create a small, Alumni program, and then transitioned to Outreach and marketing, which is a natural for him because he loves to connect with people from all walks of life who are seeking help. In February 2018, Matt was promoted to Admissions Director; because he is so passionate about his work he never feels like it is a job to help guide people on the path to recovery.